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Bourne, Brisebois iced in TV's Blades Battle, skaters get chance at comeback

The Hockey News

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TORONTO - Shae-Lynn Bourne and Patrice Brisebois are the lowest pair this week in CBC TV's Battle of the Blades but they have a chance to stay in the competition.

Next Sunday, Bourne and Brisebois and the three other pairs who have already been iced: Christine“Tuffy”Hough-Sweeney and Russ Courtnall, Anabelle Langlois and Georges Laraque, Violetta Afanasieva and P.J. Stock will return to the ice for a Halloween-themed performance.

The two pairs receiving the highest scores from the judges and the most audience votes will move on to Monday’s show where they will skate for the chance to get back into the competition.

Isabelle Brasseur and Todd Warriner, Katia Gordeeva and Valeri Bure, Kyoko Ina and Kelly Chase, Jamie Sale and Theo Fleury, the top four pairs will watch the show from the stands next week.

The pair who win the competition get a $100,000 donation to the charity of their chose.

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